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How did a movement that began as a reform within Judaism become, within just a few decades, one in which Jews were greatly outnumbered by Gentiles? How did a church that began on Palestinian soil become an organization spread throughout the Roman Empire? The Church’s Mission to the Gentiles traces this story in an overview of the book of Acts and in an introduction to the career and writings of the apostle Paul, the one individual most responsible for this transformation. Emphasis is given to the work of Paul as a missionary, theologian, and pastor.
All The Bible is an 8-volume basic biblical survey series that nurtures a better understanding of the message and background of the biblical writings. The general editor of the series is R. Alan Culpepper, Dean of the McAfee School of Theology, Mercer University, Atlanta, Georgia.
This product can be purchased individually, or as part of the All the Bible Series.
Naymond H. Keathley is Professor of Religion at Baylor University, Waco, Texas.